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Ash Museum 

Ash Cemetery Chapel
Ash Cemetery
Ash Church Road, Ash, Surrey GU12 6LX

Open 3rd Sunday each month 2pm - 4.30pm

We will be there as usual, but outside the chapel. David Cross, our volunteer from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission who keeps an eye on the war graves in Ash Cemetery will be joining us, and he will be able to tell you about the work he does cleaning the war graves and reporting on their condition. We will be remembering Victor Herbert Stacey who is buried in J671/643. Victor's battalion took part in the D-Day landings on 6 June 1944 and the ensuing battle for Caen. He was wounded on 21 July 1944 and died of his wounds in Bath Hospital on 28 August. His grave will be marked with a special sign. He is remembered on Ash War Memorial.

Sunday 8 September 2024 2pm - 4.30pm Extra Opening for Heritage Open Days

Local History of Ash, Ash Vale, Ash Green and Tongham


Bygone Ash and Ash Vale

Audio Tour - Ash Cemetery and Churchyard Trail

Ash museum is fully accessible to wheelchair users

Nearest bus stop is St Peter's Church on the route from Aldershot to Guildford (No 20)

Ash Railway Station is five minutes walk

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